Social Justice Seminar Series
Our social justice seminar series seeks to engage and promote marginalized voices, especially as they intersect with Irish culture and history.
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Women in Irish Street Art An overview of street art in Northern Ireland with beautiful and moving murals made by local artists, with emphasis on portrayals of women, discussed by an all-female panel.
Indigenous Language and Land ConnectionsA discussion on the connection between Indigenous languages and the land on which they grew and developed.
The Power of Indigenous Languages A discussion on the value, preservation, and challenges facing the languages of the Gaeltacht and of the Anishinaabe nation.
Appropriation of Irish Cultural Arts & Symbols by White Supremacists A thoughtful discussion on the growing prevalence of this phenomenon, what it means, and how organizations guard against it.
Acting the Man Explore the role of Irish arts and culture both in upholding colonial/neoliberal structures and in creating substantive change.
Anamchairde / Kindred Spirits Commemorating the linguistic and cultural friendship between Ireland and the peoples of the First Nations.
Trad Nation: an Author Talk and Panel Discussion with LGBTQ Musicians and Dancers Join Dr. Tes Slominski for a discussion of her groundbreaking new book Trad Nation: Gender, Sexuality, and Race in Irish Traditional Music.
Meet Irish Community Services Talk with program directors about Immigration Services, Citizenship classes, Social Services, and Youth & Family Programs.
Éire - Athbheochan/Revival 1893-2018 Focuses on Conradh na Gaeilge's bilingual traveling exhibition celebrating 125 years of Irish language revival.
Frederick Douglass Created in collaboration with the Consulates, Christine Kinealy of the Great Hunger Institute, and Dennis Brownlee of the African American Irish Diaspora Network.